WNEO First Nations Experience (FNX) TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WNEO First Nations Experience (FNX) in the Cleveland/Columbus Area

This is the WNEO First Nations Experience (FNX) TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Cleveland/Columbus Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

12:00 AMArkansas' First People 
Perspectives on American Indian cultural legacy, archaeological data, and interviews with modern tribal representatives
1:30 AMDeep Time 
A look at a 21st-century oil boom in North Dakota and how it altered the landscape and the lives of its residents, including indigenous people, ranchers and politicians.
3:30 AMDown the Mighty River 
A look at divisions created in the Cree community by the decision to proceed with hydroelectric development on the Rupert River.
4:00 AMWapos Bay 
T-Bear falls for a carnival girl; Raven catches the chicken pox.
4:30 AMunderEXPOSED 
Gracey is commissioned by Pedal Magazine to shoot the 45 NRTH Triple Crown fat bike event, at which riders face 13.7 km of snow-covered single track and double track that shoulders the North Saskatchewan River.
5:00 AMNative Shorts 
Short films are showcased. Included: interviews with the filmmakers.
5:30 AMStudio 49 
Native hip-hop artist Quese IMC is spotlighted.
6:00 AMArkansas' First People 
Perspectives on American Indian cultural legacy, archaeological data, and interviews with modern tribal representatives
7:30 AMDeep Time 
A look at a 21st-century oil boom in North Dakota and how it altered the landscape and the lives of its residents, including indigenous people, ranchers and politicians.
9:00 AMIndian Country Today News 
9:30 AMFit First 
The role of spirituality is examined when the group builds a sweat lodge.
10:00 AMWaabiny Time 
A look at the boola barna.
11:00 AMTiga Talk! 
Ancestral clothing, fancy clothes for special events and wearing costumes for fun are all part of dressing up.
11:30 AMTansi Nehiyawetan 
The kids learn the Cree words for the animals that live in the city.
12:00 PMWapos Bay 
Talon competes in the North American Indigenous Games.

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